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  • Microsoft spart an Ballmers Bonus

    Extrazahlung ordentlich eingedampft

    Der Microsoft-Verwaltungsrat ist mit der Leistung von Konzernchef Steve Ballmer nicht komplett zufrieden - und lässt ihn das auch mit einer kleineren Bonuszahlung spüren.  …mehr

  • Lenovo bringt vier Hybrid-PCs mit Windows 8 heraus

    Tablet-PC und Notebook

    Mit dem Start von Windows 8 bringt Lenovo neuen Produktfamilie von Hybrid-PCs auf den Markt . Die Geräte sind als Tablet-PC mit Touch-Display und als Notebook mit Tastatur nutzbar.  …mehr

  • O2 startet mobilen Bezahldienst mpass

    Bezahlen per Handy

    o2-Kunden können ab sofort den mobilen Bezahldienst mpass nutzen. Der Netzbetreiber arbeitet dafür mit mehreren Tankstellen und Handelsketten zusammen, zunächst kann das Angebot allerdings nur regional genutzt werden.  …mehr

  • Xpertlink vermittelt SAP-Freiberufler

    Neuer Recruiting-Spezialist

    IT-Beratungsunternehmen und IT-Dienstleister, die freiberufliche SAP-Experten benötigen, können diese künftig auch bei Xpertlink anfragen. Die neue gegründete Vermittlungsagentur ist ausschließlich auf SAP-Profis spezialisiert.  …mehr

  • Bayern verleiht Smart Mobile Award

    Communication World 2012

    Im Rahmen eines Staatsempfangs zur Communication World 2012 wurden am gestrigen Dienstag die Gewinner des Smart Mobile Award für mobile Geschäftsanwendungen sowie die Preisträger des ebenfalls erstmals verliehenen T-Systems Innovation Award geehrt. …mehr

  • Samsung baut Google-Tablet Nexus 10

    NPD DisplaySearch

    Einem Analysten von NPD DisplaySearch zufolge baut Samsung ein Google-Tablet der Nexus-Serie mit einem 10 Zoll großen Touchscreen. Das Google Nexus 10 soll ein schärferes Display als das iPad 3 bieten. …mehr

  • PS3 Media Server - Streaming Media im Heimnetzwerk

    Kleine Helfer

    In einem typischen Heimnetzwerk schlummern unzählige Schätze des digitalen Zeitalters - Bilder, Musik und Videos in allen erdenklichen Formaten. Oft will man diese Medien abrufen und auf einem TV- oder Hifi-Gerät abspielen. …mehr

  • Halbleiterindustrie rechnet mit Wachstum

    Starke Nachfrage nach Mobility-Chips

    Die starke Nachfrage nach Smartphones und Tablet-PCs garantiert der Halbleiterbranche gute Geschäfte. Die Branche peilt im schwierigen Umfeld Wachstum an.  …mehr

  • Infor will in zwei Jahren an die Börse

    CEO kündigt Zukäufe an

    Infor-Chef Charles Phillips ließ sich in die Pläne schauen: Börsengang und Zukäufe stehen auf der Agenda. Akquisitionen sollen das Know-how in der Fertigungs- und Gesundheitsbranche stärken.  …mehr

  • USB - die tragbare Gefahr

    Ratgeber Security und DLP

    Wer USB-Geräte nicht ausreichend absichert und kontrolliert, riskiert den Verlust wichtiger Daten. So bekommen Sie die Risiken in den Griff.  …mehr

  • Desktop-Management mit Windows Intune

    PC-Verwaltung in der Cloud

    Werden Desktop-PCs nicht ordentlich verwaltet, sind sie potenziell fehleranfälliger und unsicherer. Mit Windows Intune können auch kleinere Unternehmen ohne entsprechende Infrastruktur ihre Systeme im Griff haben.  …mehr

  • Tinten-Kombigerät HP Deskjet 3520 im Test

    Tintenstrahl-Multifunktionsgerät

    Das HP Deskjet 3520 ist für ein Tinten-Multifunktionsgerät kompakt gebaut. Es kann WLAN und Duplex, fordert aber auch Kompromisse, wie der Test offenbart.  …mehr

  • Allzeit gescheit - Geschäftswissen wird mobil

    Mobile BI

    Die Zeiten, in denen wichtige Entscheidungen nur in den Büros von Vorständen und Abteilungsleitern getroffen werden, gehen zu Ende. Die BI-Spezialisten, aber auch kleinere Nischen-Player bringen mobile Lösungen für jedermann.  …mehr

  • Die De-Mail ist kein iPhone

    Telekom über Start, Kritik und Pläne

    Der De-Mail-Verantwortliche Frank Wermeyer von der Telekom erklärt im Interview mit unserer Schwesterpublikation CIO, wie der Start geklappt hat und wie die künftigen Pläne aussehen.  …mehr

  • Solarmonkey Adventurer - Solar-Ladegerät für Abenteuer

    Gadget des Tages

    Powertraveller bietet mit dem Solarmonkey Adventurer ein professionelles Solar-Ladegerät für alle Outdoor-Abenteurer. …mehr

  • So gelingt die Einführung von PM-Software

    Projekt-Management-Software

    Die Einführung einer Projekt-Management-Software ist ebenfalls ein Projekt - und zwar eines, das durchaus Risiken der Verschlechterung birgt.  …mehr

  • 7 Tipps für Online-Meetings

    Regeln für die Webkonferenz

    Wer zum Online-Meeting einlädt, sollte nicht nur selbst reden - sonst schalten die Teilnehmer innerlich ab. Bitte langsam und deutlich sprechen, nicht monoton.  …mehr

  • Hosting GOV.UK in the cloud to cost GDS record-breaking £600,000

    Premium-Inhalt. The Government Digital Service's (GDS) infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) deal with Skyscape to host single domain website GOV.UK, which was procured through the G-Cloud, is worth an estimated £600,000.

  • Huawei kicks off £1.3bn UK investment with new HQ

    Premium-Inhalt. Chain-based networking giant Huawei has kicked off its £1.3 billion investment in the UK by signing a deal with Oxford Properties to move its UK headquarters to Green Park in Reading.

  • Progress Software shares slide as CEO quits

    Premium-Inhalt. Progress Software's share price was down some 14 percent today after it announced that CEO Jay Bhatt, who has been with the company for less than twelve months, will be resigning to join as the head of different software company.

  • SAP User Group: 95 percent find licencing ‘overly complicated’

    Premium-Inhalt. Some 95 percent of SAP users believe that the company's software licencing is 'overly complicated', according to research carried out by the UK & Ireland User Group.

  • Russian startup working on Intel to ARM software emulator

    Premium-Inhalt. A Russian startup company called Elbrus Technologies is developing a technology that will allow data center owners to migrate software designed for x86 platforms to ARM-powered servers without the need to recompile it.

  • Huawei customers defend their security after congressional report

    Premium-Inhalt. Three U.S.-based service providers that use equipment from Huawei Technologies said on Tuesday they take strong precautions to ensure the security of their networks, responding to a congressional report on Monday that said carriers should not buy from Huawei or ZTE.

  • Lenovo announces new Windows 8, RT hybrid laptop/tablet devices

    Premium-Inhalt. Lenovo on Tuesday announced a new range of Windows 8 and RT hybrid computing devices that can function as tablets or laptops.

  • Slammed in the US, welcome in NZ -- what's up with Huawei?

    Premium-Inhalt. Huawei has been slammed in a special report by the US House of Representative select committee which investigated whether the Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor poses a national security threat.

  • New communication systems to cater growth for HK airport

    Premium-Inhalt. Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA), one of the ten busiest passenger airports in the world, has recently revamped its communication system using Avaya's Aura unified communication systems to cater its 20-year growth initiative.

  • Building a new BI infrastructure

    Premium-Inhalt. Waleed Hanafi, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer, Global Blue, describes Global Blue's BI Reporting Factory and outlines the challenges faced.

  • Missing NFC in iPhone 5 surprised NAB

    Premium-Inhalt. The Apple iPhone 5's lack of near-field communication (NFC) technology surprised NAB and other banks, according to NAB's technology head of strategy and innovation, Denis Curran. It's an example of why banks must be agile with their IT strategy in an age of increasing digitisation, he said this morning at the Information & Data World Symposium in Sydney.

  • Missing Pirate Bay founders tracked down

    Premium-Inhalt. Illness and legal advice stopped two founders of The Pirate Bay from speaking at the Hack in the Box security conference on Wednesday.

  • HP, Lenovo battle for top spot in PC market

    Premium-Inhalt. After years as the top PC maker in the world, Hewlett-Packard may be pushed aside by a quick-moving Lenovo.

  • Firefox 16 arrives with a raft of critical fixes

    Premium-Inhalt. Shortly after Firefox in the browser arena, Mozilla on Tuesday unleashed the next version of its popular open source browser complete with fixes for numerous critical vulnerabilities.

  • Lenovo takes top spot from HP as PC market slumps

    Premium-Inhalt. Lenovo has taken the crown from Hewlett-Packard to become the world's top seller of PCs, research firm Gartner said in a study released Wednesday.

  • Up close: BlackBerry 10 on Dev Alpha B

    Premium-Inhalt. SAN DIEGO - BlackBerry 10 will offer smartphone users some novel features when it finally ships next year, including text prediction software and BlackBerry Balance, an approach that separates work from personal data.

  • Lenovo takes top spot from HP as PC market slumps

    Premium-Inhalt. Lenovo has taken the crown from Hewlett-Packard to become the world's top seller of PCs, research firm Gartner said in a study released Wednesday.

  • Enterprise IT now competing with apps stores, mobile devices

    Premium-Inhalt. Tablet computing has become a top priority of Fortune 500 CIOs and will eclipse PC use by 2015, if not sooner. Email is becoming a legacy technology in the face of social media. And consumer app stores are offering collaboration and communications tools that have vastly outpace enterprise apps.

  • U.S. security vendors wary of Chinese telecom suppliers, call for transparency

    Premium-Inhalt. U.S. IT security vendors surveyed about the Congressional report this week that blasted China's Huawei and ZTE as threats to U.S. national security say that the companies shouldn't be ruled out as network equipment suppliers but that they need to be more transparent about their dealings with the Chinese government.

  • SAP to offer containment software for smartphone and tablet security

    Premium-Inhalt. SAN DIEGO -- Enterprise software maker SAP plans to ship software in three to six months that separates business data from personal information on a user's smartphone or tablet to improve security, the head of SAP's mobility unit said Wednesday.

  • Apple Maps accidentally reveals highly sensitive Taiwanese radar installation

    Premium-Inhalt. Taiwanese defense officials will ask to blur satellite imagery of a previously unknown radar facility meant to provide early warning in case of a missile attack from mainland China, after the installation was accidentally outted on Apple's new Maps app.

  • Facebook patches security hole that allowed mass harvesting of phone numbers

    Premium-Inhalt. Facebook has restricted the rate at which users can perform phone number searches on its mobile website in order to block .

  • Microsoft terms talk of Office on iPad 'inaccurate'

    Premium-Inhalt. Microsoft today disavowed comments made by its Czech subsidiary that the company will roll out iOS and Android apps of its Office suite early next year.

  • Google pays researcher $60K for Chrome hack

    Premium-Inhalt. Google today awarded $60,000 to a security researcher who cracked Chrome at the search firm's second "Pwnium" hacking contest.

  • Sprint CFO silent on MetroPCS acquisition plans

    Premium-Inhalt. Is Sprint preparing a bid for prepaid wireless carrier MetroPCS? Whatever the rumors and whatever the company's plans, its chief financial officer didn't offer any clues when speaking Wednesday morning at a conference in Arizona.

  • Lenovo hopes to reach US customers faster with 'Made in USA' computers

    Premium-Inhalt. Lenovo hopes that computers made in its first U.S. manufacturing facility will attract more buyers, while also making the delivery of ThinkPad laptops and tablets faster to U.S. customers.

  • NASA robotic arm grabs, docks SpaceX Dragon

    Premium-Inhalt. A robotic arm onboard the International Space Station reached out and grabbed hold of the SpaceX Dragon cargo ship today, attaching the commercial craft to the station.

  • Top 8 things CSOs wish they had a solution for

    Premium-Inhalt. After a challenging day at the office, many CSOs and CISOs spend their harried nights wishing for a better and easier way to accomplish the tough tasks they face at work. I know I have. I've spoken with a lot of my peers this year and thought I'd compile a list of these wishes and pain points--and provide an opportunity for us to share recommendations on how to tackle these tough tasks.

  • iOS 6 quirks

    Premium-Inhalt. iOS 6 has been out for about a month, which has given us time to explore not only its peaks, but valleys as well. In this episode I'm joined by Lex Friedman and contributor Glenn Fleishman to plumb the depths of the latter.

  • Logitech debuts three touch-friendly mice designed for Windows 8

    Premium-Inhalt. Logitech has announced three new wireless mouse peripherals that aim to make it easier for PC fans to use traditional point-and-click devices in the . The range of Windows 8-focused mice include the Rechargeable Touchpad T650 for users who want to replicate the tablet experience as much as possible. Logitech's Touch Mouse T620 is ideal for those who still want a traditional mouse, but want to use touch most of the time. If you aren't ready to dive into touch full time, the Zone Touch Mouse T400 is a traditional two-button mouse with a glass touch strip in the center for those situations where gestures in Windows 8 make more sense than clicking.

  • Syncing all books to Kindle apps and devices

    Premium-Inhalt. Brian Hamilton, a reader who reads, is frustrated by what he perceives to be a Kindle limitation. He writes:

  • Ballmer: Microsoft's a 'devices and services' company now

    Premium-Inhalt. Stop thinking of as just a software company; it's not anymore, according to CEO Steve Ballmer.

  • New Android version rolled out to AOSP, Nexus 7 devices

    Premium-Inhalt. The latest version of Google's mobile OS has been released to the Android Open-Source Project, bringing with it several changes that apply to the Nexus 7 tablet - and hint at a new Nexus tablet to come.

  • A better reason not to use Huawei routers: Code from the '90s

    Premium-Inhalt. Security researcher Felix "FX" Lindner has a more compelling reason to steer clear of routers from Huawei Technologies than fears about its ownership.

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